Thursday, April 9, 2009

I am Not a Party-Planner

It's a three-day weekend, people. I'm single, and I'm bored, and I know you guys can't possibly have too much exciting going on because ITS A THURSDAY. Therefore when I send an email to the 20 of you who are always like 'let's do happy hour more often' suggesting that we have a happy hour, why does only one of you say 'yes'?
Were you kidding about wanting to have happy hours? Or do you just not like me? I'm pretty convinced it's the latter, because I take these things very personally.
And sitting at home tonight is not going to get me a boyfriend any faster.
Maybe the underlying issue is that I fucking hate family holidays, because I don't have a family to celebrate them with.


reddaisies said...

Um... I would so go to happy hour with you. Cheers.

Anonymous said...

Awww, thanks. Hope you like Jaegerbombs.

Just kidding.

country mouse said...

I would so totally take it personally too--even if there was no Earthly reason to do so, I would : )

Find new friends and have a fantastic happy hour!

Marinka said...

Those of us with families tend to hate family holidays too. And would love to join you for happy hour or hours, as the case may be.

Carrot Jello said...

"Maybe the underlying issue is that I fucking hate family holidays, because I don't have a family to celebrate them with."

THAT makes me sad.
Of course, Easter is not really about families.
Just go buy some chocolate and celebrate that you got it on sale.

Eileen, Founder, Organizer, Mayor and Chief Cook And Bottle Washer of the Anger Management Girls. said...

Too bad your are not in Pittsbugh. We have a group of woman who have been going out every Thursday for about 4 years.
For the lack of a better name we are the Anger Management Girls.
Every one tells us we are the happiest group of angry woman they have ever met.
Our ages range from 25 to 63.Thats the beauty of the group.

merideth said...

aww, i want to give you a hug.

Kim said...

I'd so go to happy hour with you too! As someone who got unfairly disowned from their entire huge family, now it is only my 21-year-old son and me. We hate family holidays too because it reminds us of what we lost instead of being happy for what we have. :/

Also, I wish we lived in Pittsburgh too---this group sounds awesome!